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Look for most public safety ops to be on the MPSCS TRS, and a few of the interoperability channels listed at this location. Out of all of those listed, 155.865 MHz should be the most active. Likewise, EMS Ops maybe on 155.235 MHz.

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I just overheard some traffic that fire crews at MIS are on 452.3000 MHz. Might be a good idea to monitor this frequency in case anything goes wrong, or there is a large accident.

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I don't have any, but there are a number of freaks for MIS and NASCAR teams.
 
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